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“The first time I ever sang in my church I forgot the words for the song and I just started crying.” An Interview with Charmaine
With a childhood spent in Zimbabwe, Chicago, Michigan, Tennessee and Toronto, it was in church where a young Charmaine first found her voice. Now following the release of her hugely successful first EP, she talks to Cleopatras about getting over a confidence crisis, finding the right team, calls to mum, and living her childhood dream.
“With the Music Industry It’s Just Been Torn to Pieces, so Everyone Is Sort of Discovering What Makes Sense Now and Where to Go from Here”
Having started modelling from a young age fronting campaigns for Levis and Paco Rabanne Sam Way turned to music as an outlet for processing human experiences. Now taking inspiration from his next adventure; parenting, he shares his creative process.
“I Was Really, Really Committed to Being Able to Accompany My Voice in Order to Make My Own Music.” An Interview with Singer Grace Davies
Having grown up in a small town with no direct links to the music industry, Grace Davies had to figure out how it works note by note. Here she shares her journey.
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“I Think One of the Hardest Things to Do in Life in General, Not Just in the Music Industry, Is to Believe in Yourself.” an Interview with Tyler Shaw
From recording in his bathroom, to touring with Selena Gomez, and now lining up for his third album release teased with the blinder of a pop song ‘North Star’, Tyler caught up with Cleopatras to share his journey, opening up on meeting the challenges and working his way through.
As the youngest ever winner of The Voice, Holland, Julia Zahra’s musical career accelerated and presented her with the question: what kind of artist did she want to be? Now with the release of her first studio album, she shares her journey and thought process with Joe.
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